Great price. Modern hotel. Room small, but just the right size for the price, for one person. Handsome interior hallways, that looked modern and didn't smell of carpet-fresh. Mini-fridge kept my water cold.
Recepe staff all spoke English. I think also German. Knew about the Tram routes.
Breakfast wasn't all that it is blown up to be. Lots of weird things I'd never put into my body. Nuts, grains, liquids. The Gluten Free bread was good, but no Lactose Free sunflower (plant) spread.
The live Chef to make eggs was great the first morning with the nice woman, but the burly guy the next morning did not know enough English to even understand my egg order - nor care. I wanted the scrambled eggs from the pitcher, instead he ignored my wishes and cracked eggs and fried them for a few seconds, and served them cold and runny! Ick!
That can be a problem with chefs in Czech: they serve food their way, not your way! And are mean about it!
Had a tasty dinner in the main floor restaurant, but it was horribly over-priced. The chicken item on the menu is the Chicken Supreme, with a bunch of vegetables and creamy sauce. Neither of which I can eat. So I asked if I could have a more British/American version of just the Chicken Breast and Fries. Which I was served, and which was tasty, but was the entire $18USD! In the US and even in the UK, that would have been a "side" or "a la carte" order for $10/max. It's not like anyone else was in the restaurant at 6pm, they should have felt happy someone cared!
When you turn on the room TV, there is a 15-minute locally produced travel video about Brno. Short, simple, informative. Many TV channels in Czech, English, German, Russian and maybe more.
On arrival at Brno Hl.n., I actually walked uphill to this Best Western, with my GPS map. Now, I know there's the #4 and #12 Tram, for less than €5/day, with the hotel half-way in between two stops. Short, pleasant walks. I like it when hotels sell Tram/Bus tickets from Reception! less